Archive | June, 2008

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Is the North Pole Melting? I Sure Hope Not!

By Elmer Beauregard If you click on the above image it compares the North Pole Sea Ice last year on this day to today, and as you can see we still have a lot more ice now than last year at this time. I did a Google search on “North Pole Ice” and there are […]

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The UN climate change numbers hoax

By Tom Harris and John McLean – On Line Opinion It’s an assertion repeated by politicians and climate campaigners the world over: “2,500 scientists of the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) agree that humans are causing a climate crisis.” But it’s not true. And, for the first time ever, the public can […]

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Climate Expert: Kyoto Would Save Only One Polar Bear a Year

By Jeff Poor, Business & Media Institute Bjorn Lomborg explains greenhouse gas treaty would cost $180 billion annually, but do very little to help the mascot of global warming alarmism. Want to save the polar bear? According to one expert, don’t think you’re going to do it by making significant lifestyle changes in order to […]

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12 Reasons Why James Hansen Is Wrong

NASA scientist James Hansen has created worldwide media frenzy with his call for trials against those who dissent against man-made global warming fears. Here are 12 articles exposing his lies and exaggerations. 1) The oil money’s paltry contribution pales in comparison to the well funded alarmist industry. (LINK) 2) Earth has COOLED since Hansen’s Dire […]

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NASA Scientist: Put CEOs On Trial for Global Warming Lies

Fox News The heads of major fossil-fuel companies who spread disinformation about global warming should be “tried for high crimes against humanity and nature,” according to a leading climate scientist. Dr. James Hansen, director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies in New York, sounded the alarm about global warming in testimony before a […]

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Let The Fear Mongering Begin

Elmer Beaureguard OK, I’ll admit it, it’s been a rough spring, we’ve had a lot of rain and tornadoes, a little more than usual, but that won’t stop the Global Warming fanatics from using the recent floods and tonadoes for their own purposes. I did a Google search for “Global Warming” in the news, and […]

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Dems Want Control Over U.S. Oil Flow

WorldNetDaily Hinchey joins Waters, says ‘We should own refineries’ The itch to control the U.S. oil industry is spreading among Democrats in Washington, with Rep. Maurice Hinchey, D-N.Y., adding his voice to a recent threat to nationalize the energy companies’ assets. “We (the government) should own the refineries,” Hinchey said today, according to a Fox […]

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Al Gore’s House Uses More Energy After ‘Going Green’

The Tennessee Center for Policy Research Energy Guzzled by Al Gore’s Home in Past Year Could Power 232 U.S. Homes for a Month Gore’s personal electricity consumption up 10%, despite “energy-efficient” home renovations NASHVILLE – In the year since Al Gore took steps to make his home more energy-efficient, the former Vice President’s home energy […]

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Bush Calls On Congress To Lift Offshore Drilling Ban

WASHINGTON (AFP) — US President George W. Bush on Wednesday urged Congress to lift a decades-old ban on offshore oil drilling to reduce dependence on foreign imports and offset sky-high energy prices. Calling the federal ban “outdated and counterproductive,” Bush asked the Democratic-controlled Congress to take action to expand access to the nation’s Outer Continental […]

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Why Is McCain Still Against Drilling in ANWR and Montana?

By Elmer Beaureguard, June 17, 2008 In Arlington Virginia yesterday Senator McCain said the ban on offshore drilling should be lifted, and that it should be up to the individual states to determine if they should drill on their own coasts. I think this is a good move by McCain because now there is actually […]

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Bachmann says more drilling will bring down the cost of gas

by Tim Pugmire, Minnesota Public Radio Rebuplican Rep. Michele Bachmann. (MPR Photo/Mark Zdechlik) As gasoline prices continue to soar, 6th District U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann says she has a plan to get back to $2 a gallon. Bachmann, who’s running for re-election to a second term, outlined a strategy Monday to lower gas prices by […]

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Why M. Night Shyamalan Is Wrong!

By Elmer Beauregurad SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! SPOILER ALERT! In Night Shyamalan’s new movie “The Happening” the trees release neurological toxins into the air to defend themselves from mankind. I’m sure that M. Night believes that man is destroying the planent by driving SUVs. But I think he should go back to 7th […]

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Greeny Weenies Lose Round One!

By Elmer Beaugreguard It was a stunning blow to the Global Warming Lobby last week when their much ballyhooed Cap and Trade Bill was pulled. This week they are licking their wounds, but that doesn’t mean they are down for the count. They are spinning this as some kind of victory and are saying, just […]

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‘Cap and Trade’? More like ‘Tax and Spend’

By MIchele Bachmann, Star Tribune Senate bill would do great harm to the economy and little good to the environment. From its name, cap-and-trade legislation sounds harmless enough. Unfortunately, cap-and-trade would be more aptly called “tax and trade” or “tax and spend” and it is far from harmless, posing a serious threat to our economy […]

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Obama Reacts to Climate Change Bill

The Senate failed to pass the Lieberman-Warner Cap and Trade Bill on Friday, putting any climate-change legislation off to next year. The Obama campaign responded to the defeat: As this week’s debate on climate change has unfolded, the American people and those watching us around the world had every reason to hope that we would […]

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Inhofe Statement on Climate Tax Bill’s Demise

WASHINGTON, DC – Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Environment and Public Works Committee, commented today on the cloture vote that effectively halted the Climate Tax Bill. “This bill was doomed from the start,” Senator Inhofe said. “When the Majority Leader filled the amendment tree and filed cloture on the Climate Tax Bill, […]

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Climate-Change Collapse

Wall Street Journal Environmentalists are stunned that their global warming agenda is in collapse. Senator Harry Reid has all but conceded he lacks the vote for passage in the Senate and that it’s time to move on. Backers of the Warner-Lieberman cap-and-trade bill always knew they would face a veto from President Bush, but they […]

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Cap And Trade Bill Is Capped!

By Dale Eisman, The Virginian-Pilot A bid to attack global warming through limits on most future greenhouse gas emissions collapsed in the Senate this morning, but supporters, including Virginia Sen. John Warner, predicted similar legislation will gain a majority once a new president takes office. “I’m very delighted… that we laid the foundation for this […]

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